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<updated>Letter: </updated>Net Zero Sudbury article is food for thought

Letter: Net Zero Sudbury article is food for thought

‘It’s always a good thing to be reminded of the very personal ways we can make a difference’
<updated>Letter: </updated>Premier’s COVID update a slap in the face, says reader

Letter: Premier’s COVID update a slap in the face, says reader

We cannot wait until September for a commission to study the problem
Letter: Is Sudbury ready for the ‘new normal?’

Letter: Is Sudbury ready for the ‘new normal?’

Mayor and council need to consider post-COVID emergency recovery plan
Letter: Social distancing a good opportunity to try something new downtown

Letter: Social distancing a good opportunity to try something new downtown

Let’s make Durham a pedestrian-only walkway, says reader
<b>Letter:</b> Sudburian offers $250 reward for his stolen picture

Letter: Sudburian offers $250 reward for his stolen picture

Thieves broke into John Caruso’s camp in April, but First Nations drawing is what he wants back
<updated>Letter: </updated>It’s time to listen to PSWs and front-line workers

Letter: It’s time to listen to PSWs and front-line workers

Their input will put resident care and welfare at the forefront
<updated>Letter: </updated>Fridays For Future looks different in Greater Sudbury in the time of COVID-19

Letter: Fridays For Future looks different in Greater Sudbury in the time of COVID-19

Virtual gathering still happens every Friday this month
<b>Letter:</b> Retired geneticist provides insights into how the curve is flattening

Letter: Retired geneticist provides insights into how the curve is flattening

Gilbert Côté, a retired medical geneticist in Sudbury, shares data and graphs on how the COVID-19 fight is goin
Letter: The time has come to open dumps and boat launches

Letter: The time has come to open dumps and boat launches

Citizens need a message of hope from city hall, says reader
Letter: So many Sudbury Housing units remain empty

Letter: So many Sudbury Housing units remain empty

Reader frustrated as taxpayers burdened with the costs